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Sep 27, 2012 6:00pm PDT
find a way to return to his message on the economy. what is the message? mainly that whatever the mess obama inherited, he hasn't fixed it. conclusion. time for a change. now for obama. he has a little bit of a trickier minefield. he has to remind viewers the economy was much, much worse than anyone expected. and that slowly but surely, the country is beating back that most serious recession since world war ii. one other point. the first debate, usually gets the tone set for the other two. that makes next wednesday ground zero, a very important night. >> and of course, we will have that for you. thank you very much. >>> still ahead at 6:00, cutting out the fat but not the taste. the new trend in diet foods as companies try to split the difference. >> plus, early warning system for b.a.r.t. >>> and thousands of circuit breakers with a dangerous flaw. our investigator has the warnings, the test results and the solution. this is a lot of food for 4 bucks. yeah... think they made a mistake? i don't know - maybe. the fried cheese melt is back for just 4 bucks. 1 of 4 big 4-dollar meals
Sep 25, 2012 6:00pm PDT
the school going even when the economy tanked right after taking out a loan to fix the leaky roof. but then the killing of four oakland police officers, two right outside his door. >> -- now since the police killing right in front of our school, it just went straight down and it was hard to hold on to students. >> reporter: this summer, the couple squared up with reality. >> and we realized we couldn't hang on anymore. have to -- so we announced august 26th to the students we were going to have to let the business go. three. >> reporter: but long-time students are now rallying to help the owens keep the building, recalling the times when they refused to turn her away even when she couldn't pay for classes. >> so all that training that i got, i gave that to my children and my nieces and my sisters and my nephews, and it just spiralled. >> go. >> reporter: the bank gave owens until october 11th to come up with a financial plan. he figures he can survive if he can sign up 60 new students by then. >> years ago, me and my wife offered him to move into a more plush area over on grand av
Oct 2, 2012 6:00pm PDT
are left. >> reporter: with our economy going strong, this is where retailers and apartment dwellers want to be. even though the very site was also known for its toxic waste in the late '70s, construction will begin soon. >> target is the next big retailer and safeway and then followed by many other retailers like starbucks, marshall's, and approximately 2,000 apartment units. >> all manufacturing is housed under one roof. >> reporter: from this to this, a piece of history going under. >> i guess there's still orchards to be slaughtered down here to make way for department stores. >> to be fair, as a result of toxic leaks during the late 1970s, the tech industry has become cleaner. we're told the stores and eventually the apartments will open sometime around mid 2013. back to you. >> okay. thank you, scott. a silicon valley networking giant says it will lay off more than 5% of its staff. juniper networks cited declining business. >>> a vigil for a teacher who apparently killed himself after allegations surfaced he had an appropriate relationship with a former student. teache
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